Wednesday, November 11

So what exactly do you do with 10 medlars?

We didn't really fancy eating them raw as they didn't look very appetising - what rotted fruit would? After careful consideration and much browsing of the Internet we decided to make medlar and apple jelly.

So this:

became this

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  1. well it looks delicious...what did it taste like??

  2. We liked it spread (well maybe not actually spread as it is a very firm set) on a plain scone.
    Can't really describe it other than to say it was different but there was apple in there too which meant it wasn't a pure medlar taste.


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